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Meanwhile Two More Hurricanes Form: Jose Right Behind Irma, Katia In The Gulf

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As previewed yesterday, moments ago the National Hurricane Center said that "quickly strenghtening Jose" which has been quietly following in Irma's foosteps, has become a hurricane. Located about 1040 miles east of the Lesser Antill...

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Harvey woes aren’t over, Irma is a beast and Jose is not far behind. It’s hurricane season. Beware. NY Times: There are few doubts that a Republican-dominated Congress will end up delivering aid to a battered state and key base of R...

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The National Hurricane Center has announced that Tropical Storm Katia has developed into the Atlantic basin’s third active hurricane. Katia is in the Gulf of Mexico and threatening the coastline south of Texas to the Isthmus of Tehu...

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